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Mid-State Technical College held a special ceremony on May 23 to honor the graduates of its first-ever Pre-Apprenticeship Machine Tool Training program. Nine students completed the 14-week customized program, each earning 12 credits in Mid-State’s Machine Tool Technician program as well entry-level skills needed to get started in the field, enter apprenticeship or continue on in the technical degree program. 
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Mid-State Technical College is hosting a summer camp experience to let middle and high school students gain hands-on exposure to the exciting career choices in today's manufacturing and the basic entrepreneurial concepts and skills needed in the industry. The Summer Manufacturing Camp is ideal for students entering 9th and 10th grade and runs Monday through Thursday, June 17–20, 2019, on Mid-State’s Wisconsin Rapids Campus (500 32nd St. North). 
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Mid-State Technical College celebrated the achievements of its newest graduates on Sunday, May 19, in a combined commencement ceremony for all four Mid-State campuses in Adams, Marshfield, Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids. Over 2 ,000 attendees witnessed 248 graduates receiving their associate degree and technical diplomas during the event held at SentryWorld in Stevens Point. The ceremony was also livestreamed on the College’s YouTube channel.
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Being asked to give the student address at Mid-State Technical College’s commencement was an unexpected turn for Baylie Disher of Rosholt. Almost as surprising as attending Mid-State at all. Right out of high school, Disher’s path to university was built on the solid foundation of her Christian faith and a clear vision that she would become a physician’s assistant at the end of it. But some of the classes she encountered weren’t going well, or in her words, “I could not do chemistry or biology to save my life.”

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Mid-State Technical College’s commencement on Sunday, May 19, will mark the culmination of one incredible transformation by student Vikram Gill of Stevens Point. After two unsuccessful attempts as a university student, Gill turned his quick reset at Mid-State into a deep investment in life as a technical college student, ultimately earning the opportunity to represent the College at the state level as a WTCS Ambassador.

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Free electric vehicle charging is now available in Wisconsin Rapids thanks to a new solar-powered car charging station on the Wisconsin Rapids Campus of Mid-State Technical College. A May 10 ribbon cutting ceremony featured remarks from Mid-State President Dr. Shelly Mondeik and Wisconsin Rapids Mayor Zach Vruwink as well as on overview of the project and station demo from Mid-State Renewable Energy Instructor Ben Nusz.